All over the world, smoke billows out of filled-to-the-brim factories, mounds of garbage float in our rivers and oceans, and massive forest fires destroy millions of natural habitats. The increasing degradation of our environment is certainly a cause for alarm--but what's even more distressing is the fact that the problem is essentially manmade. And while it is an acknowledged fact that human beings are at fault for the woes of the planet, many of us still do nothing about it.

This Earth Day, make a change! As this video shares, even the tiniest things matter--even if it's just planting a seed in your backyard. One small step towards greener living could eventually spell a big difference in global preservation.

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